This study, which appeared as Chapter 8 in Volume 1 of the Cambridge Medieval History (Cambridge, 1911), was written by the distinguished historian Norman H. Baynes. Chapter 8 ["The Dynasty of Valentinian and Theodosius the Great"] describes the period from 364 to 395 and includes: Election of Valentinian; Revolt of Procopius; Valentinian in Gaul--Count Theodosius in Britain; Rome and Armenia; Conspiracy of Theodorus; Count Romanus in Africa; Execution of Count Theodosius; Work and character of Valentinian; Gratian Emperor; The Goths--Battle of Hadrianople--Death and character of Valens; Theodosius and the Gothic war; The usurper Maximus; Partition of Armenia; Riot at Antioch; The Fall of Maximus; Ambrose and Theodosius; Revolt of Arbogast--Eugenius; Battle of Frigidus; Death of Theodosius.
Includes Title Page, Table of Contents, Chapter 8 (pp. 218-249), Bibliography for Chapter 8 (pp. 649-651), and Chronological Table in 39 pdf pages. Article extracted and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian.